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NBC
Sep 3, 2012 6:00am PDT
world of harry potter. number two, 16 million per year. >> a year after being placed on probation the burning man festival is wrapping up with a crowd well under the federal cap. euro's land management officials say the peak attendance 52,300 on friday down from last year. and well under the daily cap of 60 thou 900. they placed organizers on probation and threatened to pull their license for exsaiding the attendance limit. >> 6:22. it's the democrats turn. their national convention tomorrow. a preview in a live report. [ male announcer ] the magic of nature appears every day, within each strand of an oat's rhythmical sway. when an apple's vibrant red temptation, and honey's sweet touch of golden sensation, join together with a pecan crunch you'll savor, creating the most perfect lesson in flavor. ♪ nature's best-written recipe is ready for you to enjoy. nature valley, nature at its most delicious. now try our new crunchy dark chocolate peanut butter bar. >> to decision 2012. the republicans had their week last week, this week the democrats gearing up for their national conventi
MSNBC
Sep 24, 2012 2:00pm PDT
shifter outside of harry potter. where he seems to be now is not only an immoral position but an economical infash efficient one. if you had saken the guy and given him health coverage, he might not have the heart attack and you won't run up the $300,000 bill in the er. i have had a suspicion he was going to bring something better to the debate. i still think he could. maybe he was leaving his best stuff -- >> one-liners. >> not "60 minutes." maybe not doing the best stuff on "60 minutes." if he gives an answer like that, he's fried in that debate. >> david corn, the 47% thing that he talked about in that tape you unearthed last week probably going to be a big part of this campaign. there he says basically last night, you know what i want to do with those 47%, send them to the er, let them wait it out. they will get waited on eventually. >> yeah, that's what they deserve. what's odd he didn't say romney care. there is a way to deal with this. he's dealt with it. actually romney care has been pretty damn successful and it's the most odd thing about the campaign that perhaps
FOX Business
Sep 28, 2012 9:20am EDT
is also the name of stuart varney's character in harry potter. poppycock gobbledygook. very hard to say without swallowing your own fund. stuart: it was funny. case close. your reaction? >> you should be a guest. you should take it to one on one and lay it out. holes are statistics mark twain's famous for saying they're a tweet times as wise and the third one was statistics. stuart: i said flat out i don't believe these polls. >> i can hire expert witnesses who will say anything i pay them to say. i don't use that kind of experts. you putting your money and they sing the song and you can find it in politics and everywhere. people who will say whatever they want to save for their agenda. stuart: i think there is an internal skew in these polls because the pollsters put their own value judgments into the internal adjustments of their results. sandra: trying to create a perception of movement for president obama. there oversampling democrats and overestimating democrat turnout basing it on the 2008 model and a lot of these pollsters are projecting greater democratic lead last year as last
CBS
Sep 24, 2012 7:00am PDT
are different. how so? >> "seconds away" is a young adult novel. more the ""hunger games"" "harry potter" type of novel. adults are reading it too but this is more for teenagers. i have four kids but the biggest compliment i have from my 13-year-olds is all my friends are reading it and the guys who don't read are reading it. >> that's great when a child looks at you and says dad, you're kind of cool. >> my last book, my daughter coming down and seeing it on the kitchen table. my kids don't think i'm cool. >> children are always embarrassed. >> the title i like "seconds away" the premise is in a split second your life can change. how does that dynamic show it in "seconds." >> the first line in the book -- there's moments in your life where just one little thing changes the course of everything. >> good and bad. >> all of a sudden up becomes down, good becomes evil, everything changes in a flick and that's what i like to explore. "seconds away" starts with that. i want to grab you right away on page one. you've been a long time reader. >> have. what's the different for you between young adult a
NBC
Sep 24, 2012 7:00am EDT
. more the ""hunger games"" "harry potter" type of novel. adults are reading it too but this is more for teenagers. i have four kids but the biggest compliment i have from my 13-year-olds is all my friends are reading it and the guys who don't read are reading it. >> that's great when a child looks at you and says dad, you're kind of cool. >> my last book, my daughter coming down and seeing it on the kitchen table. my kids don't think i'm cool. >> children are always embarrassed. >> the title i like "seconds away" the premise is in a split second your life can change. how does that dynamic show it in "seconds." >> the first line in the book -- there's moments in your life where just one little thing changes the course of everything. >> good and bad. >> all of a sudden up becomes down, good becomes evil, everything changes in a flick and that's what i like to explore. "seconds away" starts with that. i want to grab you right away on page one. you've been a long time reader. >> have. what's the different for you between young adult and adult books? >> really -- >> do you have a prefere
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)